double-bass


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pitched an octave below normal bass instrumental or vocal range

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He made his recording debut with the Barry Harris Trio in 1996 on the album Backyard, and entered the studio with the pianist once again in 2001 for his album, Anna's Dance, convening a combo of elders which also included Charles Davis on saxophone, Walter Booker on double-bass and Leroy Williams on drums.
Maya Homburger plays the baroque violin, Barry Guy plays the double-bass, and together they make sounds both archaic and futuristic.
Buzz, the double-bass player, has swapped his carrot-shaped instrument for a surfboard and Shooter has changed the tanks on his feet for a tasty pair of 4x4s.
The current tour features material from their latest CD, Witness, and they will be joined by talented young double-bass player and vocalist Miranda Sykes.
All is going well for our upcoming Fete de la Musique concert at the Sofitel on June 21 but we have hit one small hitch -- and that is we have a double-bass player willing and able to play with us but he has no instrument.
A world-renowned double-bass player has been arrested as part of an investigation into historical sexual abuse at music schools in Manchester.
Alas, only the double-bass section, already a bit thin, seemed to be having a terrible night (either that or they should be dispatched east of the Urals for more master classes).